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A look at the records set by Bruins, Canadiens in Game 7 of playoff series

BOSTON - Records set or tied Wednesday night during Game 7 of the second-round playoff series between the Boston Bruins and Montreal Canadiens:

—The Bruins played in a Game 7 for an NHL-record seventh consecutive season.

—The Bruins and Canadiens met in their ninth Game 7, the most of any rivalry in North American pro sports.

—Bruins captain Zdeno Chara made his 11th career Game 7 appearance, passing Martin Brodeur, Andrew Ference and Scott Gomez (10) for the most among active players.

—Boston coach Claude Julien was behind the bench for his 10th Game 7, tying Mike Keenan for the most in NHL history among head coaches.

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